Mary Jane Trotti, M.A. holds a Masters Degree in Counseling from Ball State University and an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Furman University. Her additional graduate studies include six years of study in the field of education where Mrs. Trotti holds current Georgia certification in 14 areas including learning disabilities and as a reading specialist.
She entered the classroom in the fall of 1974 and since that time has taught at each level of education including pre-school, elementary education, middle school, high school, and college. As an adjunct professor for Troy University, she taught courses in psychology, sociology, and counseling. For the past 32 years Mrs. Trotti has worked with students with neurological differences, both as a therapist and a teacher. She has been part of the faculty of The Howard School, Eaton Academy, and The Cottage School in the Atlanta area.
For the past six years she has been in private practice serving children and families with ADD, OCD, Bi-Polar, Autistic spectrum disorders, and Tourette Syndrome. Her special area of expertise is in working with students experiencing social/emotional difficulties due to Bi-Polar and OCD issues. Mrs. Trotti offers a variety of services to children, adolescents and their families.
The services include: individual therapy, family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, social skills instruction, academic assessment, academic therapy, learning strategies, and parenting strategies for children with neurological differences. She has recently implemented new strategies for helping children of all ages with anxiety disorders.
E-mail Mary Jane Trotti at firstname.lastname@example.org.